Those who take you to the IMF cannot break the eight-Kennedy Agyapong.
Kennedy Agyapong, a lawmaker from Assin Central, has said that going to the IMF is just like handing the NDC power without a ballot.
Kennedy Agyapong has complained about the New Patriotic Party (NPP) administration’s decision to turn to the International Monetary Fund for aid (IMF).
He asserted that it will be difficult for the party to break its eight-year cycle.
He believes that this amounts to the NDC being given power without an election because the NPP denounced the NDC government when they visited the Breton Woods institution.
In his view, this amounts to handing over power to the NDC without a vote because the NPP criticized the NDC government when they visited the Breton Woods institution.
Mr. Agyapong said he is confused of what to say now that his own party has made the same decision. Previously, Mr. Agyapong claimed that any party seeking assistance from the IMF will fail after the NDC did so.
“It’s like giving over power to the NDC without a vote or discussion right immediately because of the fuss we made, and I regret saying that the NDC sought assistance from the IMF as a result of poor economic management.
“What am I going to say if NPP approaches the IMF? It will therefore be difficult to break the eight.
My message to you is straightforward: “Those who take you to the IMF cannot break the eight,” he stated Friday at a training for NPP National Constituency Officers Welfare in Koforidua, in the Eastern Region.
“You cannot read my lips, and I am not afraid of anyone in the party,” he added.
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